| July 17, 2013



THEIR FIRST MISTAKE was ever telling the world about the wonders they had found.

They should have kept it all a secret. If they’d kept it a secret, fewer people would have died. When archaeologists uncover the largest ancient safe in the world, the wrong kinds of people will show up: criminals, mercenaries, treasure hunters.

THEIR SECOND MISTAKE was opening it.

Why would an ancient culture devote three generations to build a giant stone safe? Why would they bury it so the jungle could hide it from the world? Why ritually sacrifice one hundred thousand people to ensure its secrecy?

THEIR LAST MISTAKE proved the biggest.

This last mistake hurt the most. Their last mistake was to assume that nothing had been left behind to keep guard….

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About the Author:
SHANE BROWN was born in 1974 and writes from Brisbane, Australia. He attended James Cook University, graduating with an honors degree in Biological Science and a Masters Degree in Underwater Archaeology. Shane has published multiple short stories online and in print, written two novels, and this year signed a contract selling the rights for a feature film to be based on one of his shorter works. He is currently working on his third novel: MELT.

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